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  • Plugin Author Matthew Boynes


    Hi Khoryolis,
    I’ve never used that plugin specifically, but the strings are generated with i18n in mind, and nothing in SuperCPT would preclude the strings from being translated. Specifically, I used WordPress’ _x i18n function, which defines a string to have a context, and I set the context to be the custom post type name.

    For instance, say you setup a post type employee. By default, your singular and plural strings are “Employee” and “Employees”. The translatable context is “employee”, and the individual strings are:

    New Employee
    Add New Employee
    Edit Employee
    New Employee
    View Employee
    Search Employees
    No Employees found
    No Employees found in Trash
    Parent Employee:

    If for some reason qTranslate won’t allow you to translate these, you should alert that plugin’s author to the issue.

    Best of luck!

    Okay, thank you,I’ll find a way to reach my needs and keep you in touch.


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